Franklin D. Roosevelt Autograph

SKU: 8008777

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Sale priceQAR 3.315,75

Description

Typed letter signed, one page, 7 x 8 inch, `The White House - Washington` stationery, (Washington), 10.07.1939, reply letter to Assistant Attorney General - concerning his "your departure from the Claims Division of the Department of Justice and your appointment to the Court of Claims", signed (as President) in dark ink "Franklin D. Roosevelt", attractively mounted with a plaque and framed under glass for display (altogether 15 x 19,5 inch), with very mild signs of wear - in nearly very fine condition.

"My dear Sam:
  I have your letter of July first, relative to your departure from the Claims Division of the Department of Justice and your appointment to the Court of Claims.
   It was a pleasure, indeed, to send your name to the Senate, and I know that your tenure on the Federal Bench will be but a continuation of the loyal and devoted service which has distinguished your record at the Department.
   Very sincerely yours,  - Franklin D. Roosevelt"

Further Information on the person

Profession:
(1882-1945) American statesman and political leader who served as the 32nd president of the United States from 1933 until his death in 1945

Year of Birth: 1882

Biography (AI generated)

Franklin Delano Roosevelt was born on January 30, 1882, in Hyde Park, New York. He was the son of James and Sara Roosevelt, and the only child of their second marriage. As a child, Franklin was a shy, serious boy, and he often kept to himself. He was educated at Groton School, Harvard University, and Columbia Law School. After graduating from law school, Roosevelt moved to New York City and began practicing law.

In 1905, Franklin married Eleanor Roosevelt, the niece of President Theodore Roosevelt. Together, they had six children. Franklin was a loyal member of the Democratic Party, and he quickly established himself as a leader in the party. He was appointed Assistant Secretary of the Navy in 1913, and in 1920 he was the Democratic nominee for Vice President of the United States. His running mate, James Cox, lost the election to Warren G. Harding.

In 1928, Roosevelt was elected Governor of New York. He was reelected in 1930, and during his time in office, he worked to combat the effects of the Great Depression. In 1932, he was elected President of the United States, defeating Herbert Hoover in a landslide. As President, Roosevelt implemented the New Deal, a series of programs designed to stimulate the economy and provide relief to those affected by the Great Depression.

During his first term as President, Roosevelt also led the nation through World War II. He worked closely with Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin to ensure the Allied victory, and his leadership was instrumental in the creation of the United Nations. After the war, Roosevelt was reelected in 1944, but he died just a few months into his fourth term in office. His legacy as a leader, reformer, and innovator has endured, and he is remembered as one of the greatest Presidents in American history.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt left a lasting legacy on American politics and society. He was instrumental in the passage of the Social Security Act, the creation of the United Nations, and the implementation of the New Deal. He also led the nation through World War II and worked to strengthen the Democratic Party. Today, Roosevelt is remembered as one of America’s greatest Presidents and his legacy continues to inspire generations of Americans.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt was one of the most influential presidents in American history. He was a leader, a reformer, and an innovator whose legacy continues to shape the country to this day. He worked to combat the Great Depression, led the nation through World War II, and implemented the New Deal. His life and accomplishments remain an inspiration for Americans of all backgrounds, and he will continue to be remembered as one of the greatest presidents in American history.

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